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Jul 1, 2012 8:30am PDT
fires in colorado and summer taking advantage of evacuated homes. thanks for joining us this morning. >>> a lot of news to cover in the next hour work everything from high speed rail into the questions about internet privacy and questions of stop and frisk and comes to san francisco the lot of controversy bring about a discussion the mayor had about that and several new law's clinic in effect today. >>> but first friends of the missing dodgers fan a man falling into the bay area are reaching out to the public to help. >>> they're trying to find closure of for his loved ones. the left at&t park after the giants and dodgers came on monday night and they're walking near pier 30 and 32 when he vanished. there's thought he may have fallen into the date he had been drinking and cannot swim in the official search found nothing and it was called off on tuesday. >>> for our friends and family it's been very rough but we've been trying to stay strong and pull together and the outer to support his family. a can even imagine what they're going through this point. >>> the hand out fliers and hard
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Jul 15, 2012 8:30am PDT
us this morning. >>> a lot of news to cover in the next half hour and one of the stars will be here the chairman of the california republican party party who will answer that question. >>> also talking about a plan to take to the voters the issue of setting training of the reservoir with a lot coming up but first breaking news. >>> police and the rest of the suspect in connection with the shooting in a carjacking last night. >>> investigators say that the 22 cult storage ring after you stop and suspicion of driving a stolen car police returned fire locally known was injured its new video of last its crime scene officer say he stole another car at gunpoint from a nearby apartment complex on cambridge drive and that he eventually abandoned the vehicle and escaped a police search on foot. at around 7:00 this morning authorities took a man into custody related to the shooting they could not confirm whether or not it was him with more details as they become available. >>> a firefight is heating up in one bay area coastal community. >>> a move to recall for board members of the fire prote
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Jul 21, 2012 7:00am PDT
assembled a deadly arsenal he bought four guns legally between may 2nd july 6th. three of them were used in the shooting spree. a 40 caliber pistol and smith and wesson smell of semi-automatic assault rifle which could be fitted with extended clips. a 12 gauge shotgun was also used. the fourth gun another 40 caliber pistol was recovered from its car. yes it had nearly 7000 rounds of ammunition and several large volume clips and a single magazine that could hold 100 rounds. he bought them on the internet. and the nation's political leaders are taking a break from the campaign rhetoric as they react to the deadly events in colorado. >>> the federal government stands by necessary to bring this was a sponsor for this heinous crime to justice. we will insure the safety of people and will stand by our neighbors and car rental to this extraordinary difficult time. >>> cannot confront evil cannot comprehend. order hold on to our american family more tightly. and present the selling condolences to those were killed and wounded. >>> the house speaker charles plans to talk about the economy. in the
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Jul 29, 2012 8:30am PDT
joining us this morning. >>> welcome to the c. w. network with a lot of news to cover the next hour but first of developing new story. >>> an amber alert in effect right now for a teenage girl from monterey county. she's from san are no 16 years old or working and getting a picture of her right now but we know she's five-foot five with 1 1/3 pounds and last seen wearing a blue and white shirt pink jacket the jeans and sandals. the suspect is what miguel salazar jr. one of 55 ft. 8 in normally wears eyeglasses and of looking for a blue chevy tahoe with a license plate number of six and w 54124. >>> new questions about party bus safety following a deadly accident in santa clara county. >>> and the 25 aluminum fell out of the bus and got run over and died in lost status on friday as the bus was headed south on highway 17. the people returning to santa cruz from a concert in mountain view. two women were fighting and the door of the bus can open and the woman fell out and got another. there were 12 to 15 people on board officers say many of them were intoxicated and some of them even go
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Jul 7, 2012 7:00am PDT
us wall street and main street search for signs of hope in the u.s. economy in that did not happen experts say the past three month test in the week is job growth. and when the unemployment rate was up 822% last month bottom-line no change from the main number is employers added just 80,000 new jobs are fewer than economists had predicted. loophole president obama's signed legislation that prevent student loans from dublin. it's not enough just to keep construction workers on the job better way for months i have been calling on congress to take half the money were no longer spending on war and used to do nation- building. the president still refuses to change course. his dublin down on policies that are holding us back and making things worse. start with this health care law which is driving up costs and making it harder for small businesses to hire workers. obama's insists there's plenty of work to be done and their hundreds of thousands of construction workers ready to do it. >>> there's a bright spot in the jobs picture in the bay construction boom is constituents the south bay
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Jul 14, 2012 7:00am PDT
disorders is joining us next. happy birthday to a veteran barber in marin county, he is 90 years old today. his secret to long life, next >> good morning everyone, we have the forecast as eyewitness news continues. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> he has been keeping people in marin county looking good since the end of world war two but with more than a quarter million customer service, a local legend is sitting in milestone. it looked at the life of the barber of san anselmo. >> i cut here, i am a barber >> every weekday since 1946, mel bridges has come to this barbershop >> i came to work for a guy who was run in an ad and i went to work. then i bought him out one year later >> he still owns the barber shop in this weekend he turns 90 and has no plans to slow down. he has one drink per day and says the secret to longevity is sleeping and eating well and giving hair cuts >> a good day is probably 15-20 >> around 262,350 hair cuts over the years. >> i'm starting to get the hang of it now >> as he got older he needed help so he brought his kids in >> i'm 59 >> in addition to the barber shop they a
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Jul 8, 2012 8:30am PDT
. thanks for joining us this morning. >>> we have a lot of news to cover in the next hour. and the high-speed rail is it that bridge in the future or not. >>> also tied with the senator about his proposal to change the makeup of the family. >>> and world news as well the first the local headlines. another warning for beachgoers after war for an attack by shark and santa cruz county a great white shark took a bite out of a fremont man is kayak and left behind a reminder on how dangerous are waters might be. he was off of pleasure point and shark magic between 14 and 18 ft. long and tossed the butter at the crackle he was fishing and left a tooth behind in the boat. luckily the fisherman was not injured and other local fisherman say in it's a reminder in the waters we are on the sharks turf. greta we know they're out there tossed in to see that they're actually in they're looking for food and the business took the kayaker for something to eat. grill police issued a text message alert after the attack had visine people to be careful when getting into water. a race for our rocky who died in
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Jul 22, 2012 8:30am PDT
return shooters because it didn't occur to any of us that the boats are coming from the walls. >>> the rat of the theater with the wounded young man who performed an incredibly selfless act. >>> he started waving the paramedics and punch to the more injured victims so he waited for a while for ambulance and the rest of the kids got in there to cars and out of their before the police cornered off so they got back to the hotel by about 1245 which is weighted in the lobby into the kids got there and by that time they were all crying and shaking and we were all crying and shaking and the hotel was just wonderful. >>> people keep saying how lucky she is. >>> i feel grateful that my daughter is safe and if you guilty in weird because there are some the other parents who are grieving reno. >>> her family asking the obvious question she has a not so obvious answer clear my family to do coming home and said no and no one not going to give him the power to take that away from us so were renting a car tomorrow and driving into the rockies and enjoy a colorado and then go home. >>> more c
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Jul 28, 2012 7:00am PDT
really interested in helping people be married can come down and join us. last year there are over 2800 marriages here in more than any church. did weeks are busier than some churches and united church in los vegas. if you're the right stuff the county bellamy that would like to come down and please give them a hand to marry off all these people. in oakland cbs five. it is going to be it in nice and mild day for most of the day it a little warmer than yesterday let's take a live look at side right now at the golden gate bridge shrouded in fog and 20 clearing around lunchtime. akron tempters hanging around the upper 50s all over the bay of years roberta gonzales to their forecasts. it's going to get to a warm day sit-in yesterday or we have highs from the '50s and the beaches 60 degrees and san francisco nets down from the average high of the son of the arab we 84 in livermore and typically we should be flooding with 90 degrees 78 is below normal in san is an checkup the unseasonably cool temperature and sandras of as you rise and shine today we're in the clouds along the coast and
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Jul 24, 2012 1:35am PDT
. he's he's the better because he's to be a dad. he is a strong diet and i used him now uses seen him like that. so far friends and family have raised more than $50,000. >>> they serve their country but now hundreds of veterans they're actually being told they're dead even though they're very much alive. csi reporter julie what shows us how veterans and their families are paying the price. the interest scrapbook they're applied to a quarter-century of memories for military career. this is my proudest moment. but now she can't understand why the veterans affairs center has been a slaughter sink their dead in a bet that they're being cut off. the way it's facing losing a monthly check and running out for normal prescriptions she drove to to va office is trying to prove she was alive. they sent her to the national office which said to have to send documents proving she wasn't dead and even then should act to take today's to reinstate benefits. would be in a world of hurt. and it turns out kid is not the only batter in the va has killed off. army veteran jerry miller of florida says that
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Jul 10, 2012 12:00pm PDT
and people are being encouraged to drive less and also being encouraged to use less energy. we are in livermore where many people found the best way to stay cool was to take a dip in the pool. >> with unexpected high of 96, going for a swim or learning how to swim is an easy way to beat the heat in livermore. that is why she brought her kids to the robert livermore community center >> a good way to get exercise and stay cool. >> water is the best way to stay cool. this is a great place to bring the kids. they love the water. >> a game of volleyball is fun and the sound but as the coach tells us, precautions come first. >> we used to have this camp at 12:00 and we had to move it all the way to 9:30 a.m. because it is so hot these days. temperatures are getting up there so we're taking a lot of water breaks. remembering to apply som sunscreen. >> it is necessary for those that want to spend a little time outdoors. >> and the california emergency management agency issued a release this morning in addition to urging californians to use sunscreen and drink plenty of water, they say that
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Jul 4, 2012 11:00pm PDT
of july titian and illegal one check out the new crime-fighting bay area police at using to crack down on illegal fireworks with him when he says his seen prisoners there were in better shape than phil luggage filing for as a bears coasted to clean up its troubled school. plus why a lifeguard the fifth fear was fired for savory classics of the the day of hectic skies were lit up tonight that this was the pop the big finale of the fourth of philip morris are resemblances go ahead and commit new simultaneous blasts at the park in the bay does stop your opinion this is blares from the city but not everyone is celebrating believe. to head myerson writhed in agony from is that every year. so can police crackdown? elizabeth of the shows us how some compartment so i fighting with new technology. grandstanding is a view of the entire city of oakland's earlier today thereabout of your so people here to watch the fireworks show it's died down a little bit and all these fireworks may look professional their 100% illegal. they're being shot out on city streets and in people's backyards now po
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Jul 26, 2012 1:35am PDT
to use citibank mobile check deposit at home...why would he? ♪ woooo! [ male announcer ] citibank mobile check deposit. easier banking. every step of the way. a comedy show gone wrong now has the bay area co friends to suit what she claims a famous comedian did to her in front of everyone. >>> the call out shooting suspect makes a strange request behind bars a haunting question he asked one of the jail workers. i'm putting myself in danger even by having this interview. a descendant of l. ron hubbard costs reveals what he says the of real story is about scientology. good evening and nasty and has been laughed. we're developing news and san francisco right now a suspected drunk driver has crashed as s u b into that cable car in happened about a half-hour ago let's call in serious straits that is in the heart of union square which was crowd of tourists were told that of the passengers was hurt by it appears to many operators were slightly injured the driver was detained but we do not know if he has been arrested. a bay area woman wasn't laughing when she became part of a show at a c
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Jul 3, 2012 1:35am PDT
keep you safe and once used a fort. cbs reporter and utility get away. the waste for naomi and her family every penny counts. the waste we can barely afford it. did way to increase to be quite unnecessary. when she learns to make him for pg&e to up it's that orders to a skeptical as to our money was going. and then some kind of modernization she was attempting. the utility nine months to raise rates by ever $2 billion over three years in an effort to improve the structure hire more people and replace a faulty gas line. the beginning of a customer who uses gas and electric service to see their bills go up at $12 a month or $144 a year. mindy is that the independent consumer advocacy group turned. did with the facts a quite a bit of money. we're not talking about this luxurie'' here were talking about necessities. the accolades he delights air-conditioning. we reach out to pg&e and the refuse to talk to us directly. and reference to this statement on their website by pg&e president chris jones. our goal is stewart improve safety reliability customer service. to levels around part of
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Jul 19, 2012 10:00pm PDT
back in the hot seats how ross mercury news wife is using personality and counterpunches to try to save her husband's job. a new ways to get police to respond instantly the bay area city where you cannot text or even video chat with a live,. intel inveighs him. 0.3: that don't have any cash. another this finds you forgot their money. dirichlet's and and nasty. he says the incidents involving suspended share from mercury effective center live spiraling into disaster. we're just the wife again. >>> lopez spoke briefly after testifying again in their has- beens' official misconduct hearing. on tonight's testimony. >>> clearly was an emotional roller coaster in the same as he lay on a lopez took the stand about four hours today and it does some masterful sometimes feisty but all along she claims that she was never a victim of abuse. oh yeah lopez stepped out of the silver volkswagen on her way into san francisco's city hall today. cirri did yesterday. she saved her words for the witness stand. testifying before the ethics commission issues pressured by her neighbor and lawyer to make h
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Jul 14, 2012 11:00pm PDT
>>> i used to work for half bay fire when cal fire got here i left because of the working conditions and could not support my family. >>> supporters of the recalled the 2700 signatures that on the november ballot if not a special election must be held. lisa washington cbs 5. >>> one home burned to the ground and near the two hundred more threatened by fire in in gold country and the fire scorched more than 1,900 a. in placer county and nine confirmed injuries it is 20 percent contained more than one under seven holmes of fact waited. >>> you have to do what you have to do my life not worth staying here >>> 1900 firefighters battled the flames to the north, crews make steady progress on the fire is burning in the man is seen on national forest it is the to 5% contained that is about 25,000 a. the mill fire has destroyed five out buildings but no homes damaged at three people hurt. crews of to have it under control by friday. keep kids safe the point of the fingerprinting of and today in more quenelle it took place at burnett elementary which serves as a staging area for the
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Jul 17, 2012 6:00pm PDT
necessary pay increases to people like that, then i think they can use that money to support people in the classroom which is where it really should be. >> there's a lot of anger over these executive compensation packages but there could be a bigger issue looming in the form of the governor's tax initiative on the november ballot. if that fails the entire csu system could lose $250 million and that is when we could see the tuition increases for students and deeper cuts for faculty in the salaries. >> it is interesting to hear officials talk about the amount of money when the perception appears to be that it is not about the amount itself, it is the fact that it has been given in light of all these other cuts. >> that is right, i believe that it is the principle of the even though it is less than 100,000 hollers. when you have clusters that have so many students in them and assumes that cannot even get into those clauses because they are overbooked, that is why there's a lot of anger. >> coming up new at 6 o'clock, a mixed report tonight on the job governor jerry brown is doing. excl
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Jul 4, 2012 1:35am PDT
fellows it's really a perfect match. which brings us to this promotional video of the linden avenue mansion he paid a film crew $12,000 to shoot it goes to show that smarts confidence and showmanship to live long way in the valley. new tonight california's largest college is in danger of closing its doors. according to the chronicle eight months to prove that it should stay in business. the accreditation board says that the college says serious fiscal problems and has to fix if it loses its accreditation the college will no longer receive public funding city college has 90,000 students. >>> and the eve of this for the july a very assemble a fight for freedom facing the possibility of losing its home that is unless it starts and now. kristen errors on the red fights for the main attraction of the rosy the river museum. do least in independence day celebration above the only u.s. warship from that is being restored here. it's our major fund-raiser of the year and this year is more poignant than ever goes well as fighting to keep the old volunteer ss red oak victory legacy of world war
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Jul 19, 2012 11:00pm PDT
isn't a tax base surcharged extra money restaurants take and i suppose to use to pay for health benefits. they're not often aware of these benefits. >>> or how they might use them. at the it squats and gobble one restaurant part of a popular local chain the waiter at the front was adamant that health care wasn't even the restaurant responsibility. and the server who delivered our salad said she worked there for a couple of years and for more than eight hours a week which according to the why is what it takes to be eligible. in still city records show the restaurant chain train has collected nearly $200,000 in the last year to cover employee health expenses and has made zero reimbursements. >>> is a the state and federal posting requirements. his employer goes above by and be on the call of duty. but it brought us up to the employee great breaker mental as they've done everything they can to make employees aware of their rights. >>> she also showed their financial statements for the council would accrue health care dollars for the workers in their own documents show that never ha
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Jul 5, 2012 5:00am PDT
it did not have any electricity. community date is currently using we've had the floor running out in one of the classrooms. when it would rain, there would be a small river running through the classroom. >>> the superintendent says the changes have been made at the community day classroom. during obama's last visit here, he raise close to $2 million within the last four hours. and obama's republican rival tries to set the record statstr both candidates are trying to turn up the heat this morning. the focus is on defending obama's economic policies. it will be obama's stent visit to ohio in ninth visit to pennsylvania. mitt romney this camp is busy searching for a bp canada it. but he is stealing headlines with big contradicting statement. >>> it's now clear that his mandate >>> today's ago romney called three health-care act a penalty and not a tax. >>> and romney will be on cbs five of seven this morning. and said " the campaign looks confused in addition to looking politically dump " >>> i just took a check on the recent boats and it is 48-44 with obama in the lead. and the fina
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Jul 20, 2012 11:00pm PDT
happened after the shots rang out. dirichlet's is focused use of live with that reporter from the sack and a sister station was going on and it's easy people running and my first instinct was to get summers saved employees to marseille. ripon del record amounts. so far the motive for this massacre was a mystery. and, grey gull is an aurora and has been following this story for us since before dawn. the of weight there is a growing memorial rites behind me this is a cross in the movie theater saying the prayer's and lighting candles were getting close to the 24 hour mark since the shooting started the debt is hair at 87 the third emergency exit. dick winter is the guy is sitting to the far right he steps out to the emergency exit which is unusual. parked outside the door was homes car inside an arsenal. he put on the helmets bulletproof vest shannon road guards and armed himself. and there 15 assault rifle a remington 870 shotgun a 12 gauge shotgun and a 40 caliber glock handgun with no capability right now over cattle in that number at their many many rounds fired. in the last 60 days
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Jul 16, 2012 11:00pm PDT
. to reduce the risk is to be infection reporter elizabeth cook tells us the advocates telesis decision to open new doors for prevention. it's always on tariffs minds. from atomic amount this is that theme your family worries about my family is very supportive but it's among friday entebbe were really scared. said that was sort of in my head. his behavior is often risky. >>> i have many partners said on top one consistent monogamous primary partner and i am out about that. but as an aide said the nurse he is adamant about using protection over a year- and-a-half ago he added another tool to keep them hiv negative a daily pill called true by four pratt. >>> some the we can use to combat the infection and decrease rates. eteocles today the fda gave the drug is official stamp of approval. today was a big moment for us james leica at dec. disco aids foundation things the fda's approval of the first drug to prevent hiv and aids will lead to more testing and access to hiv prevention. >>> it is not lend and a chevy by itself and we can and hiv without its and the one we combined to vi
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Jul 25, 2012 1:35am PDT
go into that well over out some stops underneath them and used a crane and to try to live to mount that is expected to take at least another hour. a top deputy the san francisco sheriff's department faces domestic violence charges police just released this mug shot of the of lieut. vincent calvary's who was arrested last thursday after an incident at the gold's gym in the castro. his charge of assault and false imprisonment this day he was a relationship with the victim. this comes as suspended share frost mercury me is still fighting to get his job back. following his own domestic violence case. they're expected to make a recommendation by august 16th. an off-duty san clara county probation officer has been shots. all southbound lanes were closed for about two hours. dear waves the shooting happened snare more laurel road about three hours ago. no word on the officers condition he was able to use the chp frequency to call for help the chp tells us they have to suspects in custody not clear what led to the shooting. right now all lanes are back open. thousands of dollars worth of g
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Jul 1, 2012 5:30pm PDT
destruction dru levenson shows us the emotional toll it has taken >>> and dozens of people living in some of the hardest-hit areas of the law can and fire lined up sunday at checkpoints these residents of mountain shadows, a chance to see the property for the first time since the wild fires cannot a week ago. for some their homes are still standing by for others their return to charred remains of where they once lived. >>> red cross counselors were with them >>> and we listened give them reassurance but some things they tell you are things that they need to repeat over again and that is part of the healing process the contract to someone >>> some of that which remained in shelters, tonya rose has been your eight nights >>> i had a couple of crabby days, but their past >>> the wallow cannon fire scorched 17,000 a. more than 1500 firefighters working to bring it under control their efforts have not gone unnoticed. >>> and everyday the locals cheer on the firefighters as they head to the mountains to battle the blazes. >>> we are grateful >>> even though firefighters are gaining ground the batt
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Jul 2, 2012 5:00pm PDT
of who is and who is not a parent, we give authority to a judge so he or she can use his or her own best judgment when it is required. to protect the best interest of the child >> we spoke to louis a. shelton of traditional values and he called it " another attempt to disassemble the family ". >> i think whatever works for the kid works. >> a good idea >> it changes the definition but i don't necessarily think it is a negative thing >> if the assembly that takes up the bill lacks any way like the senate, this law will probably split along party lines and since the democrats are in the majority it there is a good chance it could ask. it could be another long and loud and possibly contentious debate. >> we have learned just about one hour ago that pg&e wants you to pay more. the utility submitted a draft of its 2014 rates today. the typical pg&e customer who gets both gas and electricity would see their monthly bill go up by $12 per month. pg&e wants to raise $2 billion over three years to upgrade its infrastructure and hire more employees. it will be months before they vote on the ri
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Jul 10, 2012 5:00am PDT
house here in martinez is completely gone. i will get more information to you. >>> can you give us an address or location? >>> we are at 2201, one second, 20s 201 walnut streets. this is the famous house where all the people come by to see the christmas decorations. but right now it's gone. >>> developing news out of oakland, people say no to a robber and get shot for it. it was a shooting in east oakland last night. the robber tried to rob them around and o'clock, the eight suspects shot them after they resisted and now they are expected to serve are prepared >>> lease the is in oakland with the mixed results of the 90 day plan. >>> oakland police spent $300,000 on the plan on the results. in the first area of the hominid sides were down but other crimes were up. car thefts and burglaries increased 5%. and rates were up 25%. when activists said that the city needs to start focusing on the children's lives. >>> we spend a lot of money to locking them up >>> police made 03 arrests in three separate killings within a six hours band last friday. the oakland police expect to start another
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Jul 30, 2012 12:00pm PDT
the site from austria will work around the clock to complete the framework. each grain will be used to put 50 pieces of steel in place each day. >> we are building four quadrants at the same time so it is like having four separate buildings going up at the same time and they all meet in the middle. >> the mayor of santa clara is ready for football and for all the extras that come with having a new stadium in his city. >> lots of jobs and revenue that we did not have and in this economic downturn we really need that. these are local jobs, we made sure that we had an agreement that insure local people get the work first. >> this is about the fan so as we go to the design and construction, every step of the way we consider what the fan experience would be like when the stadium opens. >> you are looking at animation of what that new stadium will look like when it opens in time for kickoff for the 2014 season, again, the project executive says that it will be high-tech, very interactive for the fans that will bring their smart phones or their tablets to the game, he also says that it will b
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Jul 31, 2012 6:00am PDT
of a fire. patrick joins us from berkeley right now to explain why the damage could have been worse. >> i'm here at everett and jones barbeque in oakland. , and in berkeley. this place is famous for brisket, beef, chicken, barbecue, it was closed on university for several hours as firefighters battled the blaze. there was minimal damage to the building and berkeley chief avery wed tells us why >> the building is heavily constructed, primarily cinderblock, so that will help keep it burning more than it actually did. >> no reports of any injuries and we do not know if it will be open for business today. the fire is under investigation. >> there is another court appearance scheduled today for the man charged with kidnapping and killing morgan hill teenager's sierra lamar. antolin garcia-torres has a plea hearing in san jose but prosecutors to not expecting to enter a plea today. the body has not been found but dna evidence led to the arrest. the mother of a young man who accidentally killed himself in san francisco during a confrontation with police. the 19 year-old died last year when
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Jun 30, 2012 5:30pm PDT
nottingham shows us millions are without power in the summer heat. >>> powerful storms and rip trees across the mid-atlantic states. >>> the win came from the southwest and took this roof of the building of >>> forecasters would storms with hurricane force winds move from it west to east coast leaving a path of destruction. the wind will rep the siting of buildings and took down power lines leaving 3 million people without power. a state of emergency declared in virginia and washington d.c. power may not be restored for days, the temperatures could hit triple digit sunday. trees blocked roads through out washington dc making travel difficult in nearby falls church virginia residents woke up to trees on their homes and cars. >>> in bethesda, md. damage dollar on the golf course at congressional country club in tiger woods and other players in the third round of the at&t national, play was delayed six hours saturday and tournament officials banned spectators because of dangerous conditions. danielle nottingham cbs news. >>> new details on the wildfires in colorado, crews say they make
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Jul 8, 2012 11:00pm PDT
last week don knapp shows us one of the races was dedicated to jorge her era. >>> to honor a jockey killed in a horse race the answer at the alameda county fair with a horse race. mid afternoon the fourth race on the last day of the fair four or jorge herrera jockey had raised more than 1000 races on the fourth of july, the horses 10 galt and lure a went down head first and never regained consciousness >>> on a beautiful truck like this to experience it and see it was tough >>> riding the memorial race winner was russell begs who posed with pictures and talked about the jockeys' risk >>> we don't have roll cage and those horses are big and strong things happen things you cannot count on and make plans for >>> former jockey joe hernandez took care of or reyes louis saddle and colors for five years. >>> the only sport with an ambulance that follows you >>> it is not what you have to expect it is out of the blue with none had anything here like this in 37 years. >>> fair organizers said the death of the jockey has not dampened spirits >>> people were hugging each other and resource tha
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Jul 15, 2012 5:30pm PDT
hands on it at all after a shortage there's plenty of fish anne mackovic tells us fishermen are not castanets. >>> the smell of fresh fish the price of salmon has been plunging you think that is good news but it is not >>> we have limited fish for today the price is really high $22.95 a pound >>> the abundance has flooded the market and causing the price to sink so low commercial fishermen are on strike >>> everybody want to salmon but nobody fishing >>> in the fresh salmon so popular this booth at marin farmer's market was sold out by noon the san story a few boos down. >>> my stall is four times the size pummeled and my grandfather can get more >>> and her grandfather a commercial fisherman >>> the problem is wednesday fish and supposed to be they go old school and secure both >>> and they hope oil customers understand. >>> everybody deserves a fair return, i think it is ok we can take a week off without salmon >>> would buy it and when it is really good >>> and when they renounce this stand relies on smoked salmon until a shipment comes back and >>> taken settle for the price and
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Jul 3, 2012 6:00am PDT
thought a place to live lisa washington with more. >>> joining us live is woody baker with an update >>> the peak of this we were helping 19 adults and three children fortunately a lot of people were able to go back into their house adjacent to the fire people affected are from three different houses and, it is fortunate that homeowners insurance that will be taken up by their insurance policies one person has pre-existing medical conditions and other than that things are quiet. >>> and the people directly affected by the fire? >>> approximately 19 adults and three children may be a couple less in adjacent buildings. >>> most able to return home and have insurance >>> nobody was injured. all things considered a good outcome >>> whattya baker with the red cross bay area chapter they initially were assisting 19 adults and three children most of whom are able to return to their homes. the 11 buildings adjacent to those that burned. only if you directly affected by the fire. that is the latest in san francisco. >>> we do know the fire is affecting traffic in their area elizabeth joins us
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Jul 12, 2012 11:00pm PDT
which is east of auburn cbs five reporter maria medina shows us just how fast that fire is moving. in less than 24 hours the robbers fired nearly quadrupled in size even as firefighters added troops on the ground today shifting from their aerial attack. >>> is out of control this is the area where firefighters are trying to keep them from job in this wrote a one firefighter told cbs 13 that the winds a high temperatures as well as low humidity were just too much. >>> we were able to keep it temperatures. in iran right outside the hillside the well firebird 40 more acres as a headed southeast and jump the road closer to force tell. so the immediate dangers for firefighters on the ground mostly because of falling debris. >>> with a fire activity is in confidence it's it's hard for us to make it by. it's unpredictable. to say how quickly the fire blew out of control flames and forced firefighters out of their own staging area today did call the drop would mind. firefighters are ready to battle the blaze was the triple digits drops people in colfax to live through the congress of fire
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Jul 19, 2012 12:00pm PDT
oakland police is demanding some answers about his death. ann mackovic tells us that concludes coroner's report and she joins us with more. >> they're here at the coroner's office, the corner of alameda county here in oakland waiting for the doors to open right now. they have been demanding the coroner's report for weeks now as well as the police reports in their son's death and they say that they have not been provided with either. here was the scene just after their son, the 18 year-old, was shot by police in may. that was 90th ave. by all accounts he ran from police when they tried to detain him. and that is because they thought that he had a concealed weapon. an officer ended up shooting him three times, the details are still debatable, investigators say that witnesses told them that he pointed a gun at police pipes his family says he did not have a gun, there was one found near his body but even police say that it was never fired. >> today we asked for information. so that we may have a chance to come to grips with this. and have the opportunity to place the shattered pieces of our
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Jul 13, 2012 1:35am PDT
this one. ♪ or this one. ♪ or, maybe this one. ♪ but when it's this easy to use citibank mobile check deposit at home...why would he? ♪ woooo! [ male announcer ] citibank mobile check deposit. easier banking. every step of the way. john breaux didn't think closer to homes and new talent for firefighters tonight. >>> california band's broad runoff france wants revenge of one top official once all of france to avoid. clearly is an erotic novel it does a nerve women former secret clubs and even change their shopping habits all because of a book. the him to invest it. breaking news out of the sierra foothills where a forest fire is still growing tonight. hot temperatures contribute to the fire spread it is now up to 800 a. in only 10 percent contained. more evacuations are underway in and authorities say this fire jumped the american river it could put the town of colfax in jeopardy and the fires burning in placer county which is east of auburn cbs five reporter maria medina shows us just how fast that fire is moving. in less than 24 hours the robbers fired nearly quadrupled in si
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Jul 16, 2012 6:00pm PDT
. joe vasquez tells us why they say this strike has been a long time coming. >> a surprise strike at 8:30 a.m., hundreds of union workers began their ticket out of three courthouses and they seriously disrupted the entire superior court system. >> did you have jury duty? go home. did you want to file for divorce? that'll have to wait. a surprise strike by 200 court room workers has been a flat tire on the wheels of justice in san fransisco. at the civil courts building i found frustrated people having to file paperwork into an unmarked boxes. at all justice, sign after sign saying that the court room was out of commission today. hallways are usually bustling but were completely empty. >> they are very totalitarian about their demands and have not been bargaining in good faith. >> union workers with s e i u say that they'reot upset about a 5 percent pay cut imposed on them earlier this month, they say that they're mostly angry that the state will not provide them with financial information, details that would explain why they have had to be on the receiving end of never-ending cuts ev
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Jul 6, 2012 6:00pm PDT
in a yellow jumpsuit. all the people that used to work with them, all of his co- workers, they all knew that he would get in trouble at some point. >> the judge reduced the charge to assault today. he is scheduled back in court on tuesday. him pleasanton, cbs 5. >> a 15 year-old boy was driving this car when he smashed into a tree in alameda overnight and tonight he is in critical condition and five of his friends are hurt. linda yee tells us that investigators think this started as a teenage joy ride. >> that is exactly right. under aged driver and a joy ride, those are never good combinations. and now alameda police investigators are trying to sort out exactly what happened. the car jumped a sidewalk and slammed into a tree, spinning around and shearing a second tree before stopping. the tree trunk is seemed crushed against the driver side. alameda police suspect that speed was a problem >> just by the damage to the vehicle, if it was not the primary cause of the collision, it may have played a factor judging by the damage to the vehicle behind me .. >> a neighbor heard the terri
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Jul 23, 2012 12:00pm PDT
joins us with the latest. >> frank, early this morning they did set up security here, there were policemen on the roof of the courthouse, relatives of some of the victim's pack the hallways and the court room as the suspect made his first court appearance. >> suspected gunman james holmes made his first court appearance this morning since a deadly rampage at a colorado movie theater. he appeared to be days and lost in thoughts, several times a look like he was not an off. >> your currently being held on a note on hold. >> prosecutors were given until next monday to file formal charges. >> i would say that there's no such thing as a slam-dunk case, it is a case where we're still looking at the enormous amount of evidence. >> the district attorney is considering pursuing the death penalty against holmes, prosecutors are consulting with the families of victims before making that decision. police say that he has lawyers up and is refusing to cooperate with the investigation. authorities say that it could take months to learn what motivated the attack. in the chaos following the shoot
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Jul 6, 2012 10:00pm PDT
marijuana dispensary is are going of cash because of a federal crackdown and as kristin harris tells us pot advocates say the underlying danger is not being addressed. she stopped by her banker before hitting her san francisco medical marijuana planet today is really just a hassle. a dispensary the vaporing claims it was forced to go cash only this week saying to customers on the facebook page due to increasing federal pressure visa and mastercard are now refusing to accept your credit card charges. other business is effectively forced to be cash only against their will this bring and last october california's four attorneys general announcing medical marijuana crack down. this is not another threat is an clear that their federal the fingerprints on his credit card cut off and visa did not return calls asking for comment but americans believe without a doubt is the work of the government. >>> it's our view that the federal government puts pressure on whether it is director indirect there are ways around cash in on the conundrum dispenser is reportedly this all atm machines other apps ar
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Jul 26, 2012 10:00pm PDT
were unable to communicate with each other were up to 30 minutes csi reporter kristin harris tells us now police say it is time for the city to cut its losses. as president of obama's at this stage of the fox theater no plans with the world watching oakland police or quietly scrambling by melt down. when the three antennas after police stopped working. with lifeline'' cut off in the midst of a matter of national security. more than a year after the city installed its $18 million radius system followed by a great actor upgrade oakland's police force is played with an embarrassing and potentially dangerous case of radio russian roulette. she don't know when or where it's going to not work. an independent report commissioned by the city which cannot last week chronicles a laundry list of odd glitches with the system for coverage in the foothills and inside buildings coverage that appears to or better out of oakland and then inside and an inability to transmits when officers sirenas on. >>> at no time was the radio system completely down. but city officials downplay the debacle at the pre
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Jul 22, 2012 11:00pm PDT
the want to know where he got the explosives and materials used in the shooting and looking at dozens of deliveries over a four month period >>> we believe this was done by a very intelligent man >>> holmes in solitary confinement his first court appearance monday morning a judge is expected to tell them under investigation for 12 murders teresa garcia cbs news >>> beyond this casualty of the massacre was veronica sullivan, she was 6 years old john blackstone spoke with the youngest year of the 13 year-old who tried to save veronica. >>> at the church in this city the pastor told the story of her was and how of a thirteen year- old struggled to save the life of veronica sullivan the youngest person to die. >>> can you imagine a 13 year- old doing cpr on a 6 year-old boy a tragedy >>> of a thirteen year-old is galen >>> i'm still in shock that has not hit me yet what i have been thrown >>> she went to the midnight movie with four family members and friends including veronica and veronica's mother then the shooting started >>> it was terrifying >>> she went to a simple movie with five p
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Jul 29, 2012 7:30am PDT
had problems with the increase crimes >> san jose police sgt adjacent wire told us that they did not victim only assist with other agencies come to shut down the encampment. this has neighbors feeling like that nowhere to turn >> one of san francisco's most popular medical marijuana at dispensaries will close its doors for good on tuesday. the vapor room has been a mainstay since 2004. in a letter a u.s. attorney for and seize the property with possible jail time for the owners because it is too close to a playground. the california republican party is backing off an intention to pursue a voter i.d. initiative >> a former spokeswoman person who was just laid off says the state gop simply does not have resources to undertake an expensive and controversial campaign in such as this. it would require approval from the gop board of directors. meanwhile a new voter i.d. law in pennsylvania is the subject of a legal fight. challengers say it amounts to a blatant attempt to suppress minority voters. hundreds of thousands of people could be affected. >> i think >> 93 year-old vivian has b
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Jul 24, 2012 6:00am PDT
happened. coming up we will hear from the public affirmation officer who give us more information on what happened and what is to come later on in the day. >> oakland firefighters are cleaning up after a fire at a vacant house in east oakland. neighbors reported smelling smoke just after 2:00 this morning. the home's owner and neighbors reported past incidents of squatters at that house. no one was injured and the damage is estimated at about $150,000. president obama is wrapping up another lucrative visit to california >> the president spent part of his day raising money in the east bay. he made stops at the scottish rite centered near lake merritt. another at the home of a real- estate investor and then off to a rally at the fox theater. lisa washington is at sfo awaiting the president's arrival. she joins us now with more >> in about four hours, the president is scheduled to leave sfo at 10:00 this morning to head to portland oregon to continue campaigning after fund- raisers in the east bay. he returned to the bay area monday afternoon after a trip to reno nevada. he arrived at t
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Jul 6, 2012 5:00pm PDT
reporter lynn the tells us investigators think this started as a teenage joy ride. >>> yes it did. fighting for is live. never a good combination and tonight alameda police investigators are still trying to sort out what happened. >>> the car jumped a sidewalk slammed into a treat spun around and shared in this century before shot stopping the tree trunk is seen question is the driver's side alley of leases that speed was the problem. did we from the damage to the vehicle the bill was in the primary cause of the collision. judging by the damage of the vehicle. in neighbor heard the 20 is by open the window when i heard screaming. , 11. by 50 year-old and 13 year- old. police say they can make the same as: alameda. we started actually screaming fans crying the driver was a 5550 year-old boy named ed to cuddle a and the cars in amounts investigators say he has a life- threatening injuries. the difference of alcohol in the car it was-in the trunk and the state alcohol control agents well look what whether alcohol or drugs were a factor police to the scene said none of the teams appea
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Jul 10, 2012 11:00pm PDT
backseat of a car. >>> please use report and the new violence suppression plan was not encouraging. with the help of federal agents known as the proud family when informants told the agents would city officers suspected all along. >>> that the crooks and oakland's everybody's got a gun. with the easy flow guns violent crime continues to spike lee's surrender staffs. by officers among the retiring. the scary part is a mere seven months into the air. dedicated officers available to be proactive he plans to close down these programs and services to free up more officers did the streets in this form on crime and california city devoted to 90 captain and protections and the city may not be able to pay employees this is also looking at cutting police and firefighters standard and do know faces a $45 million deficit. stockton and mammoth lakes have also declared bankruptcy. the granite tuition hikes and the good raise fees by as much as 20% in january that is if governor brown's tax initiative fails in november. in stayed underground tuition would cost more than $14,000. >>> they raised the tui
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Jul 31, 2012 5:00am PDT
. only one lane remains open. sees the is telling us 7:00, that's when they hope to get the situation under control. in the meantime, we're already seeing a dim leas. the delays. a quick note to if you're traveling through marin county, they're doing paving work at southbound 1 01 anser and raphael and sausalito. >>> out toward the coast line, still a couple patches of fog. by the afternoon, there will still be hot spots especially in the interior parts of the valley. i tore the coastline, temperatures mainly into the 50s. we are going to stay dry on the north and here. denver is looking with a 30 percent chance of some storms. if you're traveling around. today, you will find some sunshine. 91 degrees in morgan hill. mid nineties in brett what an antioch. 87 degrees, getting toasty into santa rosa. >>> 518 now, he had mostly a's on his report card until he missed a chemistry lab. he said that he got permission to go to court for the adoption of the sister >>> this is not about the gray, it's about standing up for something that's wrong. this teacher was pulling and the school district
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Jul 14, 2012 1:35am PDT
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Jul 19, 2012 5:00am PDT
structure could have been saved if the dc- 10 it would've been used sooner. >>> it was not a good place to put the dc-10 >>> cal fire did not request to use the privately owned dc-10 until day four prayed >>> are inland spots were nice yesterday, but along the coastal baby your still seeing a lot of coastal '60s. out the door right now, we have a lot of clouds. a little do be as frank has mentioned. let's compare today's highest to yesterday's highs. in an inland areas in new where it two to four degrees higher than what we saw yesterday. livermore is coming in with a high at about 82 degrees. as soon as this weekend, we are going to see the temperatures go above average. we will have a look of that in just a few minutes. in the meantime here to check with traffic would gian the >>> heading into service as the we have some road work to report as well. we have roadwork reported near nevada boat, and surf francis drake. just give yourself some extra time. use the san mateo bridge as an alternative, of looking at the the south bay conditions, 0 blogging 0101 5 07 now, as six people were kille
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Jul 15, 2012 11:00pm PDT
in the united states with hiv/aids at today's aids walk the focus not on money john ramos tells us the goal is awareness especially for new generation. >>> it is important we bring people's memory along. >>> small fragment of the aids quilt 6 in golden gate park reminder for the 20,000 to john the aids walk why they ae.re her those too great a the panel's need no reminding. >>> how things work and how scary it was in the early days. none of us knew who would be next. >>> a lot of the one around 30 years ago but you are here to learn and participate in something vital. >>> in the '80s aids considered a death sentence but medical advancements have transformed it to a manageable disease, it has fallen off the headlines and that may have an undesired effect on younger generations. >>> that people my age are relied nonchalant about things >>> did people your age take it seriously? >>> not everyone some see it as a joke. >>> this a it's what raise nearly $2.7 million organizers said it is now just about raising money about awareness. they know the importance of keeping this generation en
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